Condition of Title Sample Clauses

Condition of Title. 5.1 If, prior to Closing (as hereinafter defined), a date-down to the Title Commitment discloses any new Unpermitted Exceptions which, in the aggregate, do not exceed $25,000 (each, a "Minor Unpermitted Exception"), Seller shall, at Seller's expense, bond over, cure and/or have such Minor Unpermitted Exceptions removed from the Title Commitment or have the Title Insurer commit to insure against loss or damage that may be occasioned by such Minor Unpermitted Exceptions. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if such date down to the Title Commitment discloses any new Unpermitted Exceptions which, in the aggregate, equal or exceed $25,000, Seller shall have the right, but not the obligation, to bond over, cure and/or have such exceptions removed from the Title Commitment or to have the Title Insurer commit to insure against loss or damage that may be occasioned by such Unpermitted Exceptions. If Seller fails to bond over, cure or have any Unpermitted Exception removed or have the Title Insurer commit to insure as specified above within five (5) business days from the date of the date down to the Title Commitment, Purchaser may terminate this Agreement upon written notice to Seller within three (3) days after the expiration of such five (5) business day period; provided, however, and notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, if the Unpermitted Exception which gives rise to Purchaser's right to terminate was recorded against the Property as a result of the affirmative action of Seller (and not by any unrelated third party) or if Seller is able to bond over, cure or remove a Minor Unpermitted Exception for a cost not to exceed $25,000 or the Title Insurer is willing to insure over a Minor Unpermitted Exception for a cost not to exceed $25,000 in accordance with the terms hereof and Seller fails to expend such funds in either case, then Purchaser shall have the additional rights contained in Paragraph 14 herein. Absent notice from Purchaser to Seller in accordance with the preceding sentence, Purchaser shall be deemed to have elected to take title subject to said Unpermitted Exception, without any reduction in or setoff against the Purchase Price as a result thereof. If Purchaser terminates this Agreement in accordance with the terms of this Paragraph 5.1, this Agreement shall terminate without further action of the parties and all Earnest Money theretofore deposixxx xxxo the escrow by Purchaser, together with any interest accrued thereon, shall be retu...
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Condition of Title. (a) At the Settlement Date, title to the Property shall be good and marketable and free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, easements, restrictions, rights and similar conditions, excepting Permitted Exceptions (as defined below) and matters appearing of public record on the Effective Date, subject to subparagraph 4(b) below.
Condition of Title. It shall be a condition to the Close of Escrow for Buyer’s benefit that title to the Property shall be conveyed to Buyer by the Grant Deed subject to the following condition of title:
Condition of Title. At Closing, the Property shall be sold and purchased subject to any and all existing reservations, building setback lines, easements, right-of-way, zoning ordinances, land use controls imposed by public authority, building restrictions, all mineral servitudes and mineral leases, subdivision ordinances, subdivision covenants, conditions and restrictions that may appear of record or on the Property and other land use controls imposed by a public authority, liens for public improvements and public safety, all shortages in area, encroachments or overlaps in boundaries or the fact that any portion of the property lies within a road or roadway, and all other matters which would be shown by a current, on the ground, survey of the Property.
Condition of Title. Seller represents that Seller has fee title to the Property and will convey good and marketable title to Buyer at Closing by general warranty deed, unless the sale is being made pursuant to a real estate contract which provides for title to pass at a later date. In that case, title will be conveyed in accordance with the provisions of that contract. Buyer agrees, however, to accept title to the Property subject to the following matters of record.. easements, deed restrictions, CC&R's (meaning covenants, conditions and restrictions), and rights-of-way; and subject to the contents of the Commitment for Title Insurance as agreed to by Buyer under Section 8. Buyer also agrees to take the Property subject to existing leases affecting the Property and not expiring prior to Closing Buyer agrees to be responsible for taxes, assessments, homeowners association dues, utilities, and other services provided to the Property after Closing. Except for any loan(s) specifically assumed by Buyer under Section 2.1(c), Seller will cause to be paid off by Closing all mortgages, trust deeds, judgments, mechanic's liens, tax liens and warrants. Seller will cause to be paid current by Closing all assessments and homeowners association dues.
Condition of Title. If not previously delivered prior to execution of this PSA, within five (5) days after the Effective Date, Seller shall cause Escrow Holder, as agent for Chicago Title Insurance Company (“Title Company”) to issue its preliminary report of title or title commitment for the Land and the easements appurtenant thereto (the “Preliminary Report”) together with legible copies of all exceptions and other documents referred to therein, and legible copies of all off-record matters referred to therein (e.g., by recorded memoranda, notice or the like) or of which Seller otherwise has knowledge and which affect title to the Land or the easements appurtenant thereto (e.g., unrecorded easements, leases, licenses, occupancy agreements and the like), which have not been provided in the Sharefile or pursuant to Section 6.2 above. Seller shall convey title to the Land and Improvements and the easements appurtenant thereto to Buyer free and clear of all monetary liens and encumbrances (except a lien for current real property taxes and assessments collected with such taxes), and subject only to non-monetary encumbrances, contracts, agreements, rights, easements, rights-of-way, mineral leases, rights and reservations, the Required Assumption Contracts, and other exceptions set forth in the Preliminary Report that have been specifically approved by Xxxxx in writing (the “Permitted Exceptions”). Upon receipt of the Preliminary Report and copies of all of documents referred to above, Xxxxx shall have thirty (30) days from the later to occur of such receipt or the Effective Date to notify Seller in writing of any exceptions to title disclosed thereby that Buyer, in its sole and absolute discretion, disapproves (the “Objectionable Exceptions”). Seller shall have an affirmative obligation to remove all monetary liens and encumbrances, including without limitation tax liens for delinquent taxes and assessments (but not liens for current taxes and assessments), mechanic’s liens, judgments, deeds of trust, and financing statements (“Monetary Exceptions”), and any right, interest or claim that may exist, arise or be asserted against the Title under or pursuant to the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act of 1930, as amended, 7 USC 499a et seq., the Packers and Stockyard Act of 1921, as amended, 7 USC 181 et seq., or any similar state laws (collectively, “PACA Liens”), whether or not listed in the Buyer’s notice of Objectionable Exceptions; provided, however, if the Title Insurer will n...
Condition of Title. The condition of title to the Property, including, without limitation, vesting, legal description, matters affecting title, title defects, liens, encumbrances, boundaries, encroachments, mineral rights, options, easements, and access; violations of restrictive covenants, zoning ordinances, setback lines, or development agreements; the availability, cost, and coverage of title insurance; leases, rental agreements, occupancy agreements, rights of parties in possession of, using, or occupying the Property; and standby fees, taxes, bonds and assessments.
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Condition of Title. SUBJECT TO SECTION 8.3, THE CONDITION OF TITLE TO THE REAL PROPERTY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, VESTING, LEGAL DESCRIPTION, MATTERS AFFECTING TITLE, TITLE DEFECTS, LIENS, ENCUMBRANCES, BOUNDARIES, ENCROACHMENTS, MINERAL RIGHTS, OPTIONS, EASEMENTS, AND ACCESS; VIOLATIONS OF RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS, ZONING ORDINANCES, SETBACK LINES, OR DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS; THE AVAILABILITY, COST, AND COVERAGE OF TITLE INSURANCE; LEASES, RENTAL AGREEMENTS, OCCUPANCY AGREEMENTS, RIGHTS OF PARTIES IN POSSESSION OF, USING, OR OCCUPYING THE REAL PROPERTY; AND STANDBY FEES, TAXES, BONDS AND ASSESSMENTS.
Condition of Title. Title to the Property shall be conveyed to Buyer by the Deed subject to the following approved conditions of title (collectively, the “Approved Title Conditions”).
Condition of Title. The Title Company shall be committed to issue at the Close of Escrow, upon payment of its regularly scheduled premium, an ALTA Policy, in the amount of the Purchase Price showing title to the Land vested in Buyer, subject only to the Permitted Encumbrances.
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